This extension helps to manage AWS and LocalStack. Commandeer is a desktop application for managing both LocalStack and AWS in one common interface. The aim of this extension it to provide easy hooks into seeing your LocalStack status as well as bouncing between Visual Code and Commandeer.
We are actively building out more robust features for this extension. Including the ability to view your actually resources, such as DynamoDB tables, Lambda Functions, S3 Buckets and much more.
There are currently 3 main use cases of this extension.
This will return back the health of LocalStack.
On the explorer tab, there is a new treeview section called LocalStack that provides you with information abotu the running instance and which services are available.
This will quickly open up the Commandeer app, so that you can quickly bounce between the code you are writing and the AWS or LocalStack environments you are managing.
Initial release of the Commandeer extension. This allows you to view your LocalStack instance, check its status, and quickly open up Commandeer.
Updated images in the Readme and the extension itself
Changed the LocalStack Health check to use http://localhost:4566/_localstack/health rather than http://localhost:4566/health as the former has been deprecated.